March 16, 2013 / 10:32 AM / in 5 years

TAKE-A-LOOK-Kenya awaits outcome to election dispute

Kenya's defeated presidential contender Raila Odinga has filed a
legal challenge to his election loss, the first major test of
the country's new constitution that was adopted after a disputed
vote five years ago lead to widespread violence.
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> Odinga challenges vote defeat in top court     
> Odinga delays legal challenge to vote          
> Peace holds in heartlands of election losers   
> West congratulates Kenya on vote, not Kenyatta 
> Kenyatta declared winner of presidential vote  
> At least 15 killed on Kenya coast on vote day  
> Somali rebels warn of "long" war ahead of vote 
> Judges threatened ahead of Kenyan vote         
> West walks diplomatic tight-rope               
> Kenyatta follows father into top job           
> Odinga in familiar role after poll defeat      
> Kenya leaves rates on hold after election      
> Kenya port embodies challenges for new leader  
> Slow vote count tests technology for Africa    
> New president will face headache on coast      
> Kenyatta bid creates diplomatic headache       
> Election worries slows Kenya oil search        
> Kenya vote to spur economic gain, then pain    
> Cash, sexism keep women out of Kenyan politics 

> Kenya's election and the main candidates       
> Interactive timeline on Kenya

 (Compiled by Nairobi Newsroom)
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